Control Your Smartphone With Sensors In Your Shoes
Researchers develop a computing system for mobile phones that uses a tiny sensors housed in laces and gesture control.
A team of computer scientists from the Telekom Innovation Laboratories, the University of Munich, and the University of Toronto are developing a wearable computing system for smartphones that uses a shoe sensor and gesture control. ShoeSense is useful for those situations when the user is engaged with a real-world task and it would be inappropriate or difficult to use their phone.
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